HUI founder shares struggles and triumphs in new book
Heads Up for Inclusion founder Lucinda Hage is sharing her story about raising her son Paul in her first book, What Time is the 9:20 Bus? A Journey to a Meaningful Life, Disability and All. The book takes readers through Paul’s 28-year journey to a life of meaning and independence. There are hundreds of books about children with disabilities, but none about their successful transition to adulthood.
Ms. Hage’s desire to create communities where young people like Paul are accepted and valued was the impetus that started Heads Up for Inclusion over 10 years ago. At HUI, we are proud to continue the mission of building meaningful relationships between youth of all abilities and creating inclusive communities!
Everyone is welcome to the official book launch:
Date: Thursday, March 6, 2014
Time: 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Location: The McDonnel St. Activity Center, 577 McDonnel St, at Monaghan Road.
There will be a reading by the author at 5:30 followed by a book signing.
This is an accessible facility with a cash bar.
Ms. Hage will also be signing copies of her book at the Peterborough Farmers Market on Saturday, March 8.
For more information, contact Lucinda Hage:
Last Updated (Tuesday, 04 March 2014 11:07)